Acid is an alternative surfing magazine, one that takes a more holistic, cultural and philosophical look at the sport and lifestyle.
The fifth issue of the magazine has been reconfigured as a more chunky, bookish version of its former self and presents 26 ways to envision surfing and its milieu. Contributions include South African photographer Ricardo Simal’s portrait of the lives of young surfers from the Cape Town suburbs, pendants made by Léa Domingues, who bases her work on the historical, cultural, and material analysis of clothes, textiles and accessories from the recent past, Gabriella Angotti-Jones description of how her early relationship with surfing culture became inextricably linked to her identity as a Black woman, Superorganic Studio’s poetic ode to the wetsuit based on deconstructed interviews with surfers, photography by Miguel Constantino and Tim McKenna, plus much more.
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